We know many teachers had field trips to farms or other agriculture related field trips planned for the spring that probably won’t be happening this year. While a video can’t completely replicate a field experiences, we do a have great video series that we call “Follow Your Food”. This video series would be great to use as a part of a distance learning lesson. There are 4 short videos to watch that look at carrot production in Northfield, the St. Paul Farmers Market, Wozupi Tribal Gardens in Shakopee and honey production in Minneapolis.

Follow that Food

Discover how carrots travel from farm to table! Watch as we follow carrots grown at Open Hands Farm in Northfield Minnesota all the way to Loring Elementary School in Minneapolis.

From Field to the Farmer’s Market

Travel with Mason as he shows what it’s like to be a part of a farm family and bring produce to the St. Paul Farmers Market! Mason and his family are part of the Hmong American Farmers Association (HAFA), and they have been selling at the farmers market for over 20 years. See how their produce is grown and sold at the farmers market.

Preserving Heirloom Crops with Wozupi Farms


See and hear how many Minnesota groups are working to preserve indigenous and heirloom crops. This video features the Shakopee Mdewakanton Sioux Community’s Wozupi Tribal Gardens in Prior Lake and Sean Sherman who owns The Sioux Chef, which focuses on utilizing local indigenous crops.

That’s So Sweet


Follow along on the fascinating journey that honey travels from the hive to your home. Kristy Lynn Allen, head beekeeper at the Beez Kneez in Minneapolis, introduces the process of honey collection, extraction, and delivery. Learn the important role honey bees play in honey production and pollination of some of our favorite fruits and vegetables!
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